Is Gluttony As Bad As Drunkenness Pictures & Images

Gillray’s view on royal profligacy. “Avarice”, shows King Georg...

Gillray’s view on royal profligacy. “Avarice”, shows King George III and his wife motivated by money, and the folly of the three royal princes, “Drunkenness” Prince Regent, bad behavior, alcoholic gluttony and womanising. “Gambling”, the Duke of York, gambling away no small fortune. ...


20.01.2016 0

Southwestern Spaghetti. My husband loves this, and surprisingly, so di...

Southwestern Spaghetti. My husband loves this, and surprisingly, so did I


01.03.2012 0

"You can substitute a variety of beans—such as soybeans, pinto or na...

"You can substitute a variety of beans—such as soybeans, pinto or navy beans—in this versatile dish," suggests Elizabeth Bowen of Harbor Beach, Michigan. "It's a healthy and tasty alternative to sweet-and-sour pork or chicken," she adds. "I like to serve it over brown rice."


27.09.2015 0

The salad kick continues. Hey, I told you it was so bad that I’d eve...

The salad kick continues. Hey, I told you it was so bad that I’d even created a “Breakfast Salad”, didn’t I? Well… see? I wasn’t lying! Here it is, in all its glory! I initially meant to make that a “one person” salad, but I think I got a bit carried away, and it ended …


12.01.2013 0

Rotkohlsalat

Rotkohlsalat


27.03.2014 0

'Dido forsaken' by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores ha...

'Dido forsaken' by James Gillray, published by Samuel William Fores hand-coloured etching, published 21 May 1787 10 3/4 in. x 14 5/8 in. (274 mm x 371 mm) paper size Purchased, 1947 NPG D12994 National Portrait Gallery


22.01.2016 0

VINTAGE FASHION PRINT DESCRIPTION This hand colored lithograph print ...

VINTAGE FASHION PRINT DESCRIPTION This hand colored lithograph print is from "COURT MAGAZINE". It was published by H. Carey in London in about 1850. CONDITION This print has an image that is about 7" x 5 1/2" on a leaf or page that is 9" x 6".  It is in very good condition.   The litho prin...


19.04.2017 0

This love token is one of a pair probably commissioned by the Prince o...

This love token is one of a pair probably commissioned by the Prince of Wales for the woman he adored but was forbidden to marry


12.06.2017 0

Gloria Mundi, or the Devil addressing the Sun. National Portrait Galle...

Gloria Mundi, or the Devil addressing the Sun. National Portrait Gallery D12310 by James Gillray, published by William Humphrey, hand-coloured etching, published 22 July 1782. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_James_Fox en.wikipedia.org/wiki/James_Gillray


19.08.2015 0

Afbeelding James Gillray - The Military Caricaturist

Afbeelding James Gillray - The Military Caricaturist


25.07.2016 0

Dorothy Jordan was an actress with a stunning pair of legs, who deligh...

Dorothy Jordan was an actress with a stunning pair of legs, who delighted audiences on the London stage. She was then induced to become the mistress of the Duke of Clarence, who later became William IV, and she stood by him for years, bore him at least ten children, and then was passed over the mome...


12.08.2018 0

size: 24x16in Giclee Print: Leaving Off Powder, or a Frugal Family Sav...

size: 24x16in Giclee Print: Leaving Off Powder, or a Frugal Family Saving the Guinea, Published by Hannah Humphrey in 1795 by James Gillray :


03.05.2018 0

"Temperance Enjoying a Frugal Meal" by James Gillray (1792) at the Mus...

"Temperance Enjoying a Frugal Meal" by James Gillray (1792) at the Museums Sheffield, Sheffield - This cartoon satirizes the ways of King George III and Queen Charlotte, who lived in a very austere manner compared to their son, the Prince of Wales. Here, the royal couple is shown in patched clothes ...


01.07.2013 0

The Duke of Clarence, in naval uniform, stands immersed to the waist i...

The Duke of Clarence, in naval uniform, stands immersed to the waist in the contents of a large, cracked, chamber-pot. Mrs. Jordan, scantily draped, reclines lasciviously, as if painted on the pot, on one edge of which she puts her hand. He says "I shall be lost in the Jordan"; she says, looking up ...


05.08.2018 0

Presages of the Millennium, Published by Hannah Humphrey in 1795 Gicle...

Presages of the Millennium, Published by Hannah Humphrey in 1795 Giclee Print


02.08.2014 0

Nobody could catch cold by the sea; nobody wanted appetite by the sea;...

Nobody could catch cold by the sea; nobody wanted appetite by the sea; nobody wanted spirits; nobody wanted strength. Sea air was healing, softening, relaxing — fortifying and bracing —…


22.07.2013 0

Mrs Jordan (Print), 01/12/1814 (published). Print 'Mrs Jordan as Euphr...

Mrs Jordan (Print), 01/12/1814 (published). Print 'Mrs Jordan as Euphrosyne in Comus', published by Bell, London, 1814, Harry Beard Collection. Museum Number S.620-2013.


29.12.2016 0

Doublûres of Characters;—or—striking Resemblances in Phisiognomy....

Doublûres of Characters;—or—striking Resemblances in Phisiognomy.—"If you would know Mens Hearts, look in their Faces." (1798)


14.01.2018 0

james gillray (1757-1815)

james gillray (1757-1815)


01.02.2015 0

Gunter’s Tea Shop was famous during the 18th and 19th centuries for ...

Gunter’s Tea Shop was famous during the 18th and 19th centuries for confectioneries and ices.


01.04.2014 0

Mrs Jordan as Viola. Mrs Jordan was favoured for 'breeches parts' - ro...

Mrs Jordan as Viola. Mrs Jordan was favoured for 'breeches parts' - roles which required her to dress as a male - partly because of her beautiful legs.


09.12.2017 0

Call Number: 810.02.26.03 Creator: Gillray, James, 1756-1815, print...

Call Number: 810.02.26.03 Creator: Gillray, James, 1756-1815, printmaker. Title: Dress completed Design'd by an amateur ; Js. Gillray fect. Related Title: Progress of the toilet Published: London : Publish'd February 26th, 1810 by H. Humphrey, 27 St. James's Street, [1810] Series Title: P...


02.11.2011 0

A good amount of time separates us from the early 1800s. The people of...

A good amount of time separates us from the early 1800s. The people of that time celebrated Christmas differently than we do today, but there are some traditions we still share. The following passage is from Old Christmas by Washington Irving (of The Legend of Sleepy Hollow fame). It details the Chr...


22.12.2014 0

Richard Newton.Satire on fashion: a man with a huge hat viewing throug...

Richard Newton.Satire on fashion: a man with a huge hat viewing through a monocle a woman of extreme thinness. 28 July 1797 British Museum


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